Deeper Life leader tells Nigerians not to lose hope

Kumuyi, who gave the advice while speaking with journalists in Abuja on Friday, stated that because God answers prayers, the country will experience national renewal, restoration and revival.

Pastor Kumuyi

Pastor William Kumuyi, the General Superintendent, Deeper Life Bible Church, has urged Nigerians not to lose hope in view of the current challenges the country is experiencing.

Kumuyi, who gave the advice while speaking with journalists in Abuja on Friday, stated that because God answers prayers, the country will experience national renewal, restoration and revival’.

``I do not think we should lose hope; there is God in heaven, who answers prayers.``There is Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour, who wants the best for every one of us.

``And there are some of us who are praying and we believe that God answers prayers and so we are not going to lose hope in our country; things are going to turn around.

``And that is one of the reason we are here, the wonder is just for a local person; that yes God loves each person, but we are coming to bring national renewal, restoration and revival.

``Something good is going to happen to our nation.’’

Speaking on the crusade, Kumuyi described the gospel as the good news which solves personal, family and national problems.

He said the crusade which is tagged extraordinary wonders through our Lord Jesus Christ’ was aimed at bringing blessings of transformation to every individual and to the country at large.

The superintendent stated that the crusade is also aimed at supporting the country’s developmental goals.

On the clamour for the restructuring of the country, Kumuyi said the issue should not be seen to mean the breaking up of the country where citizens would require visas to travel to the federating units of the country.

He urged Nigerians to always use dialogue and consultation to resolve discord in the interest of the country’s unity.

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